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So fast, he's almost invisible
Have you ever wanted to
Slither come hither
Want to learn this riff?
All you need is a
Drummers: are you bored of
They're more fragile than a baby's fingers.
His song Dhalsim is great and all, but the beauty of his bass drowned out all of my other senses.
This patronizing interview is delightfully charming.
A look at the band's tracking sessions for next year's record.
This is the kind of dumb that I can get behind.
Apparently the guys in the band didn't know until mixing that their new album would be entirely ampless.
These Dimarzio endorsers have a lot to say about their own tone, liking each other's tone, liking each other's bands,
Unobtanium or some shit
It's a selfish man that won't see the joy in celebrating others
The maiden voyage of our "Quality Control" reviews section sets sail with Sam Jacobs' review of the high-gain guitar amp.
Not pictured: Fredrik Thordendal asking what “analog” means.
The man carries himself with a confidant swagger that makes me want to buy cigars and/or bourbon.
Forgive me if I get excited about some new options for bassists who prefer valves over solid-state.
Toontrack know that to hype things up a little Meshuggah goes a long way.
Pensado's Place does a lengthy interview regarding Andrews' production work
So, who wants to give up playing their instrument and take up huffing paint?